In the State of Nevada as in other states, voter registration drives must follow state laws and rules.
ProjectVote.org’s 9-page document, Helping Voters Register Under Nevada Law, specifies that “Voter registration drives in Nevada have to follow certain state laws and rules”.
The State of Nevada’s Title 24, Chapter 295 (NRS 293.505) on “Appointment, powers and duties of field registrars; prohibited acts of field registrars, clerks, employees of voter registration agencies or persons assisting voters; penalty” specifies the following:
2. The county clerk shall appoint at least one registered voter to serve as a field registrar of voters who, except as otherwise provided in NRS 293.5055, shall register voters within the county for which the field registrar is appointed. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 1, a candidate for any office may not be appointed or serve as a field registrar. A field registrar serves at the pleasure of the county clerk and shall perform such duties as the county clerk may direct. The county clerk shall not knowingly appoint any person as a field registrar who has been convicted of a felony involving theft or fraud. The Secretary of State may bring an action against a county clerk to collect a civil penalty of not more than $5,000 for each person who is appointed as a field registrar in violation of this subsection. […]
10. A county clerk, field registrar, employee of a voter registration agency or person assisting a voter pursuant to subsection 13 of NRS 293.5235 shall not:
(a) Solicit a vote for or against a particular question or candidate;
(b) Speak to a voter on the subject of marking his or her ballot for or against a particular question or candidate; or
(c) Distribute any petition or other material concerning a candidate or question which will be on the ballot for the ensuing election, while registering an elector.
A violation of each these requirements is punishable as a Class E felony.
The video below shows a female field registrar in Las Vegas committing voter registration fraud by carrying anti-Trump literature and driving a car with a California license plate, raising doubt that she is a Nevada registered voter — in violation of NRS 293.505 subsections 2 and 10.
The woman (below), wearing the red Stanford University t-shirt and carrying a stack of “Stand Up to Trump” flyers, violated the State of Nevada’s NRS 293.505 subsections 2 and 10, and should be prosecuted as a Category E felon, “for which a court shall sentence a convicted person to imprisonment in the state prison for a minimum term of not less than 1 year and a maximum term of not more than 4 years. […] In addition to any other penalty, the court may impose a fine of not more than $5,000, unless a greater penalty is authorized or required by statute.”
The Horn News points out that this is not the first time the Clinton campaign has run into controversy in Nevada. In September 2015, Project Veritas‘ hidden camera captured Clinton campaign staff in Nevada not only skirting election law but mocking it. Christina Gupana, a Hillary campaign worker and Las Vegas attorney, advised her fellow campaign workers to “do whatever you can, whatever you can get away with just do it.”
Adam Paul Laxalt is the attorney general of State of Nevada, who oversees elections. Tell him about the clear voter registration fraud committed by the California woman in red by sending him this post. Here’s Laxalt’s contact info:
Office of the Attorney General
100 North Carson Street
Carson City, NV 89701
Email: Click here or firstname.lastname@example.org
H/t FOTM‘s Glenn47 and maziel